Worship Services

With an emphasis on beautiful liturgy and excellence in music, worship at St. Martin’s provides an opportunity to give thanks and praise to God. Enjoy options of either traditional or contemporary worship.

  • Traditional (8, 9, 11:15 a.m., and 6 p.m.)
  • Riverway Contemporary (11:15 a.m.)
  • Family Table (9:15 a.m.)
  • Traditional (7 a.m., noon, and 6 p.m.)
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    Plan Your Visit

    Welcome to St. Martin’s! Whether you are new here, have been visiting St. Martin’s for a long time or have recently rediscovered us, we invite you to worship with us. We offer in-person and online traditional and contemporary worship services.

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    Helping others “makes the heart happy.” Through service, outreach and grants, St. Martin’s helps the less fortunate, disadvantaged and others broken by life’s circumstances.

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    Help St. Martin's Achieve Its Miracle!

    Everything we do is made possible by your support. Whether you pledged or not, you can still be part of the “Miracle” by making a year-end gift. Please select the “General Fund” category if paying online or via text.

    Advent Quiet Day

    Saturday, Dec. 9 • 9 a.m. - 12:30 p.m. • Parish Life Center
    St. Martin’s Clergy will provide meditations on one of the four Advent Collects to prepare for the celebration of our Lord’s birth. The Quiet Day will end with Noonday Prayer.

    Wayne & Friends Returns!

    Sunday, Dec. 10 • 7 p.m. • Parish Life Center
    Wayne Watson opens the Christmas season with a gathering of talented musicians who will perform an unforgettable concert filled with instrumental Christmas classics, carols and modern Christmas compositions. 

    Advent Art Exhibit Open House

    Thursday, Dec. 14 • 1-4 p.m. • Parish Life Center
    Ancient & Future Hope: An Advent Meditation exhibits the original artwork of Stephanie Kaldis Fox and Joy Fitzgerald Hilley. The artists, Joy Hilley and Stephanie Fox, will discuss their works and answer any questions.

    Give Blood and Save Lives

    Monday, Dec. 18 • 9 a.m.-1:30 p.m. • Student Life Center
    Be a hero and help save a life! Stop by St. Martin’s for our monthly blood drive to donate blood. Appointments are appreciated, however, walk-ins are welcome!

    St. Martin's Welcomes 10,000th Member!

    Read this special article highlighting the celebration of our 10,000th member!

    2024 Stewardship

    Joyful Living Joyful Giving. Everything we do at St. Martin’s Episcopal Church is made possible by your support. Your generosity safeguards St. Martin’s today and for generations to come.
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    The Wayside Podcast

    New episodes available Thursdays

    Co-hosts the Rev. Wesley Arning and Parishioner Ryan Presley explore a wide range of topics to deepen spiritual growth. Tune in on our our website, Spotify, Apple podcasts or however you listen to Christian podcasts.


    Advent at St. Martin's

    In the Episcopal Church, Advent is the first season of the church year. It begins on the fourth Sunday before Christmas and ends at midnight the day before Christmas.

    The name comes from the Latin word for “coming.” The Advent season is a time of preparation for the celebration of our Lord’s birth. The liturgical color of the season is blue. The color blue represents royalty, the coming of the King, Jesus Christ.

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    New Book by Dr. Levenson

    In God's Grip: What Golf Can Teach Us About the Gospel

    In 1953, as legendary golfer Ben Hogan accepted the U.S. Open Championship Trophy for the fourth time, he pointed to several specific elements that he felt made his accomplishments possible. He referenced "adequate preparation and knowledge of the course." He thanked his wife, who, in his words, "has helped me more than she knows." Tucked within his gratitude were words that might have surprised some: "But there's something else I'm thankful for...you just can't do this sort of thing without God's help."

    This is a book about God's help.

    Dr. Levenson employs Hogan's timeless Classic "Five Lessons" as a metaphor for growing and living the Christian Faith. This book is for those who love the game of golf and want to know more about living an active and vibrant faith. Golfers and Disciples alike will love this journey with Ben Hogan and Levenson, as the words blended together within the fabric of a deeper understanding of how one comes to faith, grows in their faith and shares their faith with others.

    Place orders now at St. Martin’s Gift Shoppe or wherever fine books are sold, contact Barbara Shoemaker at [email protected] or 713-985-3834.

    Order your copy today!
    About St. Martin's

    Our Mission

    To bring by the power of the Holy Spirit as many people as possible to know, love, and serve God as revealed through Jesus Christ; and to be transformed into spiritually renewed disciples of Jesus who know, love and serve one another and the world.
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